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Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron
A 2002 animated movie from Dreamworks. The film follows the story of Spirit, a stallion in the old American West. The leader of his herd, he eventually ends up being taken away to be 'trained' by the US Army. After a while, Spirit escapes, and then experiences a different form of captivity: that with the natives, and gets to know Little Creek, and his horse, Rain.
The film largely revolves around Spirit and his pursuit to get back to his homeland and his utter determination to do so. It's all about freedom, release, dreams... or, at least, it is too me. Also respect.
Instead of having the animals talk, which is the fad in many an animated movie, the horses do not talk. Spirit has his lines spoken in monologue, and only the human characters talk. A lot of Spirit's story is told through songs specifically written by Bryan Adams, which play often. This, to me, really makes it stand out as a movie.
I have always loved Spirit, right from first seeing it. I love Spirit's... well, spirit
, I love all the characters within it; I love the story it tells. I also love the way it tells the story, through songs, and actions, rather than just speech. There is so much expression you can get out of Spirit's face without words, that you just know what he means.
Either way, there are also the songs, as previously stated before. This movie first got me into Bryan Adams' songs, and I've liked them ever since.
Part of the lyrics from one of the many songs Bryan Adams sang for the movie to tell Spirit's story. I think it really sums Spirit up, and, it's one of the last things to play in the movie itself.